USIA poll #1965-WS3 [electronic resource] : world survey 3.

Data file
[S.l.] : United States Information Agency [USIA] [producer], 1965 ; Storrs, CT : Roper Center for Public Opinion Research [distributor], [200-?]


Public opinionArgentina [Browse]
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Summary note
Major topics covered: most important problem (1); development of Argentina (1); standard of living (2); reasons for standard of living (1); social and economic reform (2); ownership of companies in Argentina (2); population growth (3); birth control (1); UN (6); communism (3); Alliance for Progress (13); opinion of foreign countries (3); United States (9); Soviet Union (6); China (3); strongest world power (2); US vs Soviet Union (14); importance of landing a man on the moon (1); fighting in Vietnam (7); fighting in Santo Domingo (4); treatment of African Americans (7); television (1); radio (1); listening habits to foreign stations (13); political parties (2).
  • Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 21, 2009).
  • Roper study no. ARUSIA1965-WS3.
  • Survey firm: Institute IPSA, SA.
Time and place of event
Field dates: May-July 1965.
Geographic coverage
Geographic coverage: Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Funding information
Survey sponsor: United States Information Agency [USIA].
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Information about documentation
Accompanied by a printed codebook. PDF and Microsoft Word versions of codebook also available for download via the Roper Center website.
Case file characteristics
  • Sample: adult residents of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Sample size: 507.
  • Variables: 123.
  • Weight location: none.
  • No. of records per respondent: 5.
Methodology note
Interview method: face to face.
Title on accompanying codebook
  • World survey 3 : Argentina, May-July 1965
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